Beijing court found Shenzhen Woai Network Technology Co., Ltd., liable for interfering with the search engine algorithm and is required to compensate Beijing Baidu Netcom Technology Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Baidu.
Former Senior Vice President of Baidu and President of Baidu Search Xiang Hailong has officially joined Transsion, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer that strives to export its products worldwide.
Yahoo, an American Internet portal, announced on its official website that from November 1, 2021, users from the Chinese Mainland will not be able to use Yahoo's products and services.
Sogou CEO Wang Xiaochuan released an internal email today, saying that "from today, Sogou will be integrated into Tencent, and I will officially step down as Sogou CEO."
Chinese media outlet Jiemian reported on Thursday that Tencent Kandian, a subsidiary of Tencent Platform and Content Group, will change its official name to Information Platform and Service Line this Friday.
Chinese search engine and AI giant Baidu has spent over $15 billion on research and development (R&D) in the past decade, the company’s CEO Robin Li revealed in a letter to shareholders.
According to Hong Kong Stock Exchange documents, Baidu has passed the hearing for its secondary listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. The news sent Baidu’s US stock to a nearly 6% surge before the market on March 9.
ByteDance officially released the beta version of an online search website Baike.com, ramping up efforts to challenge search engine giant Baidu.
China's internet giant Baidu published a report said the search trends for epidemic-related issues has been reduced by 91% compared to late January.
Robin Li, the founder and CEO of Chinese search engine Baidu, said that artificial intelligence (AI) will innovate all kinds of industries, including Baidu’s search engine.
Robin Li, the co-founder and CEO of Baidu, was elected as candidate of the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE) members or ‘academicians’ for his contributions to tech development, the government-backed institution announced on Apr. 30.
Baidu Inc. came under intense fire by Chinese netizens for the past two days due to complaints of low quality services and manipulation of search results to give more exposure to its own Baijiahao services.
Capital Online, a Chinese cloud computing service provider, announced via its Wechat official account on Sept. 4 that the company would be bringing Google Cloud back to the Chinese mainland and the matter was under negotiation.
China’s largest state-owned media group posted on its twitter account to welcome Google back in China, a signal that this time the global Internet giant might return for real.
Baidu Inc. recently added a new feature displaying information flow to its mobile browser app and changed the app’s slogan along the way. This is among the latest moves by Chinese tech companies merging key functions into their mobile application services.